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Old 10-24-2012, 10:35 PM
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Rusted brake lines? Help please asap!

Hey guys. Another quick question, I hope you guys can help. The rear brake line in my 99 E150 is rusted through, and finally gave out leaking some fluid. So, where can I find this part?
I need the brake line with 2 ends and fittings so I can replace it.
Oh, and any info on what to do after I replace it? Do i need to bleed all the brakes? Or can I get by with just having someone pump the brakes and then bleeding the rear brakes only?
Thanks again for any help you can give me. I need to do this asap.

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